In Menlo Park, United States of America, in May of 2017, scientists working at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (often abbreviated as “SLAC”) National Accelerator Laboratory fired the world’s most powerful X-ray laser at molecules. The reason for doing so was to observe what would occur when an atom with a lot of electrons is hit by a high energy X-ray and to see if those electrons could be knocked out of orbit producing an atom which instead of having many electrons has very few electrons...
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